Cyclists take on the grueling Davis Mountains route to experience awesome views and thrilling descents.
The company’s new service animal policy has been making headlines.
The El Rey Court offers Southwestern decor and Texan hospitality just off Highway 66.
A boutique hotel and rustic resort will anchor the renovated Mule Alley, which is getting new shops, restaurants, and other venues.
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Leave your modesty (and shoes) at the door—but don’t forget your bathing suit—when you visit King Spa or its rival, Spa Castle.
The estate, built in 1866, reopens in July with a complete redesign by Austin interior designer Shannon Eddings.
Texans are no strangers to long drives. Whether cruising from Mission to South Padre Island to spot great kiskadees, from Turkey to Lubbock while blasting Waylon Jennings, or catching the remote vistas from Marfa to Chinati Hot Springs, Texans often get to…
Dispatches from the restaurant, retail, and lodging owners in Port Aransas.
There are some bright spots and signs of hope as the area recovers and rebuilds. The fish and birds are waiting for you.
Thousands attended the 22nd annual SandFest competition, the first since Hurricane Harvey.
The Amtrak train offers a way to revel in the expanse of Texas.
Former train corridors pave the way for exploration and quietude through seven counties in this rural part of the state.
These North Texas hikes will take you to spots that have helped shape our state’s history.
These hikes, through the Edwards Plateau and the Coastal Plains, will take you to quiet spots in some of the state’s most popular parks.
These hikes will take you on a tour of the towering forests behind the Pine Curtain.
These mountain hikes will take you to new heights—and new extremes.
Move over, minibar. Check out some of the most decadent presidential suites you'll find across Texas.
Inspired by the latest fossil findings? Follow the dino trail and see real tracks or go hands-on at one of the state’s many museum exhibits.
Among the kitsch and charm, visitors will find some sophisticated offerings in this popular Central Texas destination.
In the first of our series counting down to March, we explore where to stay, eat, shop, and play in this historic city.
Over three installments, we follow a film team as they—by bike, horse, and canoe—document how a physical wall would affect the area, water, and its people.
The company’s ”iSolve” system will allow flight attendants to deliver miles to inconvenienced customers before the plane even lands.
Historic renovations and new modern developments give travelers and locals alike more options for lodging, restaurants, and shopping.
If these historic landmarks could talk . . . from scandals and ghosts to famous guests, they’ve seen it all.